A high-dynamic-range reflectivity measurement instrument has been developed with a dynamic range in excess of 100 dB and sensitivity below 1 pW. It can measure the angle-dependent back-scattered reflectivity of static surfaces up to 80º incidence angle over any orientation without the need for physical contact with the part. It has been designed to operate at both 800 nm and 1550 nm. The system operates through lock-in detection of amplitude-modulated laser light in a bi-static probe architecture, specially designed to minimise the effects of unwanted scattering and stray light. This development has been designed for on-site characterisation of the reflectivity of components of the ITER nuclear fusion reactor whose size, radioactivity or toxicity are inappropriate for insertion in traditional BRDF measurement instrumentation. Measuring the reflectivity of these components is critical for the development of tools for in-service inspection of ITER’s reaction chamber, a key element for the safety of the machine. The reflectivity of beryllium blanket module components and tungsten divertor components has been measured to vary over a range of up to 50 dB from normal to 80º incidence angle, to values below 10-5 /sr. Strong anisotropy of the reflectivity is also observed. This data has been matched with the inspection system performance in a custom simulator to confirm that inspection is possible over < 95 % of the ITER reactor plasma facing components.